Someone asked me about why it seems Documents that are deleted from Document Sets are apparently not recoverable from the Document Sets version history.
Bill Baer has released a great overview of shredded storage, highlighting how different storage strategies evolved from SharePoint Portal Server 2001 on to present day:
Sometimes we need to dig up DLL files from the depths of the Global Assembly Cache, for development purposes. Visual Studio project references may be missing and you may need those .DLL’s to get that sucker to compile. Viewing c:\windows\assembly in explorer view presents a different experience than we normally get – this is for good reason so you don’t eviscerate your Windows system unintentionally.
Irving Langmuir had an interesting career in science. He made countless discoveries an inventions including the diffusion pump, atomic hydrogen welding, submarine detection devices and the gas-filled incandescent light bulb, and even coined the word “plasma”. What is really interesting for me, however, is that in 1953 he coined the term “pathological science“, describing research conducted with accordance to the scientific method, but tainted by unconscious bias or subjective effects. This is in contrast to pseudoscience, which has no pretense of following the scientific method. In his original speech, he presented ESP and flying saucers as examples of pathological science; since then, the label has been applied to polywater and cold fusion.